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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 June 1876

MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Central Jfotea. A recent decUion of the United States Su-' r.r.-mr Court aaeuU all town, county or town-bip bonds In the aid of railroads, tfcej issue of whicn wa not nwnunt mo thirds vote of the qualified voter. A case wliiS has ju"t been decided, was a stilt iimHbnt apin-t Bates County to recover in tereJtdue upon certain bonds issued by Mount Pleasant Township, in aid of the Lexington, lake and Gulf Railroad Com pany.'" These bonds were like those voted by Kavv, Blue, Sni-a-bar, Ft. Osase, and others townships in Jackson County, voted under a State law paed by the Legislature in IfftS, and called the "Township Aid Act. " This act the .Supreme Court has le tidcil to le unconstitutional and the boiuN issued under its authority are null and void. . Cass, I.af.ivettc, Johnson, Jackson, l,ate A and- other counties are thu relieved of a Iar?e amount of indebtedness. The Democratic State Convention, held at Jefferson City on the 31st, elected the fol lowing delegate...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 June 1876

O. D. Hau, (Miiicr St.. rlere Saving Ai . Gene I m'u. ' HARRIS & JAMS, Join F. Jans. Twmmtf arrhrnra of JanUSGes. ! THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLICAN! STE- GF.NEYIEVE SATINCS ASS' STE. GENEVIEVE, MO. Jsc- Gold, Silver and IJoverameut enrities Bought and Soid. Drafts: in Minn to suit, on the prin ::yl cities in Europe. Collections in Southeast Missouri (il:eited and promptly attended to, and remitted on day of payment. Will pay taxes for non-reddenu on lauds in Southeast Missouri. Deposits received in gold and silver, Subject to check at sight. A general banking business con ducted in all iU brandies. v-VJi Cone Kills ! The Farming Community and the Puiilic generality will bear in mind t.iat the "CONE'MILLS" always pay the HlOIIKST MARKET PlUCK VOU WHEAT, and in CASH Only. The well-known Choice Brand of I'ionr, "Conk' and Ei.ov." and oth er grades kept constantly on hand for (..', and at the Lowest Possible Figures. Lots of 100 lbs and upwards Pk- j.:vi:r.i:i ikee of uitAiioi JHy MAKTIK M...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 June 1876

HE FAIR PLAY. I VOL. V. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., JUNE 15, 1S7G. NO. 2. .1 The Keely Motor. In a communication receive'! to late foi publication entire, oar corrcspon- I. - - Itf -I I t t - - It v . i ocni in riiiiaucipinu writes as iniiows t ! concerning the Keclv Motor: A- S. HENRY SMITH. .rcos of machinery, has everybody TEEJIS: SJ.00 to .., forgotten tho "Xb' -Motor," the is rri:i.:sm:: i-EKY TIIl'IijOAY IMOKNINO isv 5 1 .u.-!i:i -la- !i I l:i:ili ;."i .is- .' t Vallil-.-.Hu'i O I' IUu!k-M ..u- C I2-I ni'ni-ii ,pt .-.-nw" m-ui" .- iiit.-iv, cl.r-c l.i- i:nf ii'.v. mv mv ..; in Advance. ! wonderful force that was to supplant j steam, electricity, and all other mo . fM; tiro power.-, known to the sciontists Rat9s of Advertising. inc-mi-ir.'. Mine- Ci.i-tvjflone in-'Hioii C ' . - oj the lunetcenl h century r nc all !!.!l""-,,l.J.r:'r,'"",,,:,',!' r r' voar, ... -20.0.1. remember how after a brief period of "-n.::: -.ilnmii, or.t-ivar. ..... ."..' 1 ur.!iimii, iH-v.ir,' 7.' ! coiisiiicii...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 June 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HEXKT SMTH. Editor aai Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. A TERRIBLE CONFESSION. An Kntlre Family PoUod " n , and Brother Tlr t atbrrana .nainrr , and a Boarder IHe t'onfrlou rthe Mnrdrrer Mouey tbe Incentive to the . Crime. (From Uic New Vork Times. ! Eastok. Pknn., Suuday, June J, J 1876. The mystery attending the deaths which have occurred in the Lams j family within the last few days, by j poison, h:is at last been cleared up by the confession of the murderer, Allen j C. Laros, the son of two of the victims. It may not, perhaps, be out of place to recount the incidents connected with the tragedy, in onlcr that the full enormity of the crime may be under stood. On Wednesday last the family of Martin Laros, residing on the Dela ware, at a place called Mineral Spring, about five miles above Easton, consist ing of himself, his wife, six children Allen, Alvin, Erwin, Alice, Clara and Flora and Moses Schug, who boarded with them, were taken more or less ill imme...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 June 1876

t THE FAIR PLAY. S. HESBT SMITH, Editor and Proprlttor. STE. GENEVIEVeT" - MISSOURI. ITEMS OF INTEREST. I Personal and Literary. i Mr. Moody, durii in Augusta, t'a., w: 31,500 by his friends during his recent, stay as nven a nurse of 31,500 by his friends in that citv. Mr. Lawrence Barrett, the actor. according to the Minneapolis (Minn.) Tribune, is the .son of a journeyman tailor in that place. Alexander II. Stephens is much im proved in health, anil hopes to be en tirely restored before cold weather comes again. Mr. Henri- W. Longfellow has rent ed a cottage in ISryn Maur, Montgomery County. Penn., and will pass the sum mer there with his family. It is said that the will of A. T. Stewart will be contested by a horde of Turncys, who claim to be relatives of the deceased. Mr. Stewart's second name, it will be remembered, isTurney. Walt Whitman sets at rest decid edly, in a letter to W. M. Itossetti, the stories in regard to his extreme desti tution. He says: "I have not so far been ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 June 1876

1 TT-TT7 T1 A TTi TT "V -nv serious content in his belialr, l.iu I 1 1 f ll J-Jfl thai endeavors will b, made to Iran,-' 'II IAi:t ATWrtliK. ' ! tSrtfciJuUi H. -hTt.. -w frl The ilepubliean Co'i:rres-i'n;iI Com- i:wiin-'..i t: i. i.k m . . - -i - titrli.i. i- I..H-.I .if ivi.fL' -111,!.!.. I ,l : 1 1 Jill 1 i -,' ler in votes ami lnnm-nci. 10 is-.a mo-i . ,Iarv Ill :i :i ii i hi; .-ecieimv unit iii:i-nr available candidate, or to that one -piri: of the eouiiiiiitce. directs opi.-r- . . i with whom tin: ue-t traile can He , raiioji- of tlie i-iniiinitiec. ami cm- !.j-Vr.l..hu made:" ami "-. J'rotn being 1 phy a larae force of a-itant- ! ' maiidcd unavailable bv shrewd poli- v. rite and circulate J luteal tloett i . . . . "..., i incut. .im here it lilav bv remarked Town-hip :".7. llange i: 2j Ii-r.r-:. Auzu-t - 11-.: icr.l "I Mir. "- i:y A' M uriT J u -":" i 1 4 t 4.) 4 I -1 i.ti inwii!!!! hi -iinilrv lcioU:il ...... ?4 t 1 . that tin lietiUluie.-in- Lave tlie au- allil liobtlf.'l'. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 June 1876

t 1 5 ;. 1 -i 0 1 I I rTT7 17 Tl" TT A "V ! THURSDAY JUNE 15. 187(5. S. HENRY SMITH, Publisher. W LOCAL AXI) OTHER ITEMS. Goo? ' coitonade pauts tor 90c t. at JIo.IUR & JoKKIISl'.S. rf! Mr. Fred, P.olduc willacccptour ll.tlltV i VI . .... . . '1'hc lengthy delinquent Iit in tills iue is jir only excuse for lack of lo cal mutter. Mr. I):irvicl Janis will please ac- ct it thank1- lor a basket of line new potatoes presented us this week. "LOuc eye weary in looking lor an jxcUaiitrn with anything clee in.it but 'Laud Delinquent List' this week. Another 10 per cent. Reduction through the whole line of l.oier& TokcrstS lock. C. I. Guiguou E-q.. and lady are pendin.r a portion of their honeymoon A-iiltitif his relation's and friend in This city. A Fre-h Assortment of Fancy 'audie ju-t received. Cakeand Pies inadc'ud trimmed to order at Mr. Agatha, KcnnardV. -I'J-:) Mr. fJreguirc :nd daughter Mrs. S3:ilivaii. formerly residents o ibis citv. now of Dubuque, Iowa.are !iit on a vi-it t...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 June 1876

THE OLD SQUOOMIOVSE. I1T I-AUMEXAS SIX. To think that forty Tears ago I trml tliat peaceful vale, Ttiruugli fcumtuer'a tun and winter's mow. With books an' I dinner-pail! My cuiMith feet, in happy play. Knew nothing of the thorns That sling us in our later .lay Iln speacing now of corns I They're torn the school-house down, I see, And leveled what a thame! The old familiar maple tree! That bore the tcacuer's name. Uc ueed my kmfe to carve it with And labored lialf a "lay; It looked like this: "LyCtrUCs MltH," (N'o critciims, pray.) Alas! beneath tlie daisies' bloom ThetmoroM matter Bleeps, And o'er his lone, m-glcctcd tomb Nil LiiiMiian ever weeps; The fcbolars lovcl him, everyone. Ami 'iuitlel with him noons He wanned our jackets, though, like fun. Likewise our pantaloons. Where arc the loy9 that used to play With luc alons the creek? Ah, some ol tin ci have pa?rl away. While othirs vainly seek Their fortunes in a foreign laml. 1'oor Ikirker wandered thence I'd like to take hint by...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 June 1876

t A. Sight at Soa on a Frail IUlt. The Sew York Sun has the follow ., i.-:ii:.. ...i . John Unimiui, a stout, rosj--fa.wJ Oliioaiil til f ". shipped as an :tt!e-li(iji-'l saiuan in the hark Eliza Mcl.:tiilbliii. I"" Antwerp, on Saturday i:t-t. "Uiie hurk sailed on Tuesday. During tin; "lays that intervened (ira-ii-.uii loinii! liim.-clf union;; a pleasant i . -I.. 41.-. -.iv . : i; (rev. aim iiniugm mu "incurs iiicimeii to be Mir. Hut Detttre the pilot and ' tug ijiiit the hark at Sandy Hook, on Tuesdav evening, he had : taste of the 1 officers' brutality ; for while the pilot was vet on board Capt. Dennis let his j ton'tie loose, and the First Mate struck ttasinfn and uttered fouler language j tLan even that used by the Captain, i " flPraham saw the Mate strike firsttiXor- wegiau anil then a Frenchman, and j when the Mate, a brawny Englishman, j caught him looking, he said, with an ll"iy oaia, "tiacn, winu Kimi oi a snip do you want this to lie?' (iraliam made no reply, but a shipm...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 June 1876

( I rm 4 J F 5 51 J ' 0. 1). IIarkis. I .Icles F. .Ia.ni.s. I J.. 'I.Hr St-. :!;- i IVno-rtr .-,:;.. f-i o' ' .tta.ll.(HAa,j. ' JiUi.tCux. t HARRIS & JAMS. THE ST. LOUIS i R 1Z 1? IT 13 L I C 2sT ! STB. fiFXJvVJEVE SAVINGS ASS ' STL. GEM'A'JKVE. MO. TERMS of SUBSCRIPTION. THE DAILY KEITISLiCAN. The St. Loui- RepiiKIean. publish-. NEW FIRM. JOHN 1- SCIH'CHERT, Dealer i:t STAPLE & FAXCY jkntixi: Cxold. Silver :;nl ( lover'!"'.'?!? .iriti's !! u '! Ad. j ed ev-r tiioniim:. wiil ie ltirui-iitl DraflM" Wi-to suit, on theprin- Iu lmti! -un-ei-iber :it the following ':.iiiect:o:.s iiV-jomhcan iii-ouri ! ' 1P -"y-':. i--o; Bourbon sujcl Rye Whiskies, Gin, elicited Hint promptly attended to. j l.rce vopn-. otie jwir. b.uJ :uid remitted on dai' of pn men;. I . Will :.v ftxe., lor noiU-id.-at on : THE TRMVEKKLY Rl.l'UP.LICAX. i;:d-in Soiithe.a-t Mi-Miuri. rt-j . , , , . in"; ..i. i.wtn- it-. .til. iii- weel;lv edition, liiiiili-hi-d Mondnv.l W-dm-day and Friday, will ! luV-' Menard"- I...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 June 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. j-VOL. V. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., JUNE 22, 1870. NO. 3. THE FATll PLAY iTiii.ism:i EVIHIY THUIteliAY MOUSING ISY S. HENRY SMITH. TEllMSi-s'J.OO a Year in . Jdvti.iir.c. Rar-?s of Advertising. i:'--ii:::i . ' i- 'i-tv) itiirin-t-rtiim, l.Mi l.n-h -uliMiji ti iu-rimi, - - - - - Ut l:;i-iat'--e.irt.- i:.-h. lrrt-ir, - - - r.im i ii-.,--.ii-irtcr ' itii i.tn year, - . - sh.i-ei iic-ii i!f i-.i.c-yi.t. ii-eenr, ..... "r,.U i .-t-uUumi. n..- .-ir, - ..... 7u.i(0 V!jf! '.: '"i-'nu'nt rharpiil l.y tin: inch. TA11 tri- s a. :.!, i-rtiM-mtiit- mu-t . iM l..r in.i'l"-i. '5"VHrt t,nL-vi:ior.t -lajal.le uarterly in vliam-i. PUOFTSS LOXAL . CAUDS. J. it. HOiJlilXS, Attorney at Law, Stc. 'r TM-vicvi'. Miitiri. I. TtKHV .Ii ;..)(, I'lll'-tlT, . - IIili:v i. n ', li 1 .i;ii W tt M11 JOilXSOX&SHAW, Attorneys at Law, 'a' itV liin-, 1 in lif FIIIMIX A. KOZLKU, Attorney at La w , l. !.--!n H.III. lWilillliiT.) Stc. '.ienoyicye. Mo. KOSSU H I AV. A . AVK'iKU, Att'y 1 Counsellor at Law, r....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 June 1876

THE FAIR PL AYv K. nnSET SXITH, Editor ami Proprietor. STE. GEXEVIEVK, - JMISSOrKI. CUKKENT t6P!C8, Secretaky Bki&tow, on the 17th, formally tendered his resignation as Secretary of the Treasury, to take ef fect on the 20th inst. The resignation has been accepted. The reasons as signed for his retirement are purely personal, his private affairs being in such a condition as to require his atten tion. It is stated that tltc defeated candi dates at the Cincinnati Convention re ceived the news of Hayes's nomination with great apparent composure. Ithtine and Itristow each immediately sat down and penned a telegram to Cincinnati announcing his gratification at the re sult, and all of the candidates subse quently telegraphed their congratula tions to Gov. Hayes. A dispatch from Berlin, 10th, affirms that all danger of a European war is over for this summer, furloughs being freely granted. Another dispatch says that Russian men-of-war arc assembling at Scbastopol ; that I'ussian troops ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 June 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. IIESBT SMITH, KUitor .ad ProprMor. STE. GEXKVIEVK. THE CISCIX.VATI COXVEMIOX. n.f.n. .. 't-inura urjmrt or the Promdiun of -The I'Uitorm thr "212" Kollierfurd u. Hra 0f Wb ' f"ir I'rrililrat, nnct William' Whitltr ut Sew Ynrkor Vict.rriMeiii. ' The sivtb v,(i.,ni i . .t i. oulilinn ".m- f I i l?-,'f . Ke 5J? ... 1 AaV f'.,r the om nation of can- didatcs for re-nient and Vice-President. assembled in the KxiHiMtion ISuildin: at Cincinnati, at noun on the 14th of June. me MuuuMt'-o. was greater than that of any previous i;onvcntion if the party, and com-pri-cd the swi-t eminent men in its rank", either as delegates or spectators. PKISLIMI.VAP.V ORGANIZATION. At a few minutes after 12 o'clock, cx Oov. Moroni, of New York. Chairman of the I.cpuhlican National Committee, called l v ;? i P IV l"n,Pr' a.n? a"'"r :l Vr;'yvr the Iter. Dr. M idler, of Covington, Ky., tov. Jlorgm made a brief addre-s, at the conclusion of winch he nominated Hon. Theodore M. I'omeroy, of New Yo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 June 1876

r fT-flT 17 VT"ir TT A"V" L-IIJ -A--f-I-" X J L I J'llUK-DAi. .'I Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. OITET1C1CET. I'C'l l'KS-II'KXT. AUCrSTI'S C. PODGK, Of Iowa. liux. yon ptatk AL'ivroi:. THOMAS HOLhAllAY. i on conc:i:i5. 4t oistkict, MARTIXL.CLABDY. Vmoiii;icitt. "We are authorized to announce MAlt'iTX L. CfiAlD. of rarmiufrtor.. a a candidate for irepresentatiw in Jonrre from tlii l;i-triet, subject to thedeci.-ion of the iJemoeratie Convention. Townhip llailroad llolul binee the recent decision of the United State f.ourtare rather lov sale, although thev are ollerinby the Imsfict. Hr.Tho?. A. Charles, of .Teller on County, ia candidate for Itailroad Conimisioner, subject to the IVm ocratieNoiuiMatinjr Convention. He 5, well recommended a worthy and well pialil:ed, and deire tin sup jsort of our Ste. Gene iee County lelefales. The Cincinnati I.Vpnblican Conven tion was addre.-scd by -Mrs. Sanili d. Spencer, on the loth.oi the subject ot woman sulIVairc. A memorial and resolutio...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 June 1876

THE PAIR PLAY. TIILi:-!AY. .JUNE 1.-7C. S. HENRY SMITH, Publisher. LOCAL AM) OTHEK ITEMS. (tiii'-- " ountiay wen: -ji'.Ollul days for chilling. jlr. 1'ivd ICiiamm. of St. Louis, is in town visiting his, friends this week. Hozicr A; .Toker-t will close their -tore "Itily -Kb. This i an example should follow. The public school hou:c i again being piithed ahead. Tin: brick work of the second story is nearly mi. They had iaitc a plc-i-aut party at Mrs. Leavenworth's la-t Friday nteht. we understand. We were un able to attend owing to illne. in our laniily. The 7Vr i'c 1'rcxxe eatneont with a half-heel la-t week. The &uiuttj l.h'lt '' failed to put in its appenr :;ur; on Sunday. What can lie the matter? The Charleston Juiicrje !(. cntcr .d upon the second year of it exist ence last week. The Jtit'riri.-: is little lint it i growing "An Id." We wish it success. Mr. Meredith, Superintendent of the Ste. Genevieve Sand Stone Juar rv. eauie down from St. Louis la-t Fri.htv. and paid oil" ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 June 1876

The Secret of It. Thcrc'a a word ia our language, a wor l oi four letters. Which contains the great secret of worMIy sac- CCBfi, Ami he who will follow the pathway it ojienB, Will escape much of sorrow ami earthly dij tres. Around Uiis great symbol, this womlroua msgi-ciun. No ancient in3cxii.iiom, no rcyEtcries lurt; But open anil plain as t'.ie bor.fc we call cacrol. Is this jiov.trful lit!iK.r, this einiplo wonl "work." How many there arc in our towns and our cities, Who arc very reluctant llicir fingers to t-il ; Who arc tviiling to take any jrcntecl poiti"n. But turn in disgust from the very word toil. Some few of Uiis multitude may bo Eucccsof nl, Itut a far greater number will certainly Tail , And many will turn to the ways of tranpgressora, C And soon find a home in some prison cr Jail. The (Jod who created designed us to labor; He gave ns the power to work if we would. And wo but strive to accomplish our mission. Success will attend us our work will be good The labor will s...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 June 1876

CENTENNIAL NOTES. The receipts for the first month far exccelel tho expenditures A lakre mosaic from the ruins of Carthage has just leen added to the Tunisian department. The ladies of Japan, Norway, Swe- den, lirazil, ami Canada have exhibits in the Woman's Pavilion. Ar.BiccLTUttAL Hall contains t!ie uioikls of the remains of many extinct aumuis wliicli attract great attention. A tsTTKi; in favor of closing the Cen tennial on Sundays was received, com posed entirely of scriptural quotations. A niAMONn necklace valued at 80, 000 is an attentive feature in the Main Uuililing. It is watched all day by a guard. Thk Centennial Congress of Religious Liberals will meet in Philadelphia July t to 4 to organize a National Liberal -League The nilc requiring a 50-cent piece at the gate is still in force. Visitors will do well to bear this in mind ; it will save trouble. The complaint of the hour against the Philadelphia Exhibition is that chil dren are compelled to pay full price for admission...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 June 1876

O. I). Harris. i Jclm F. Jams, 1 J' r'iir St. Mi. I'&ritx-rlr nf tl.i- Klnu of v:rse saving. Aj.'u. ' Janl.tCox. HARRIS & JANIS, (Mut(js: In) STE- CFXEVIEYE SAVINGS ASS'M STE. GENEVIEVE, MO. Gold, Silver aud Government Sc-.-uritie i:mglit ami Sold. drafts; in ums to suit, on ihc prin . t ul cities in Europe. Collection in Southeast Missouri .lkitcd ami promptly attended to, i nii remitted on day of payment. Will pay taxes ft.r non-residents or. !:yuis in Southeast Missouri. Deposit received insula aud silver, .-rhjeci to check at sight. A general hanking business co:i iii .;ted in all its branches. A-'2i Cone Mills ! ''lie Farming Community aud the V -bile gcneralllv will hear in mind i. u the "CONE'MILLS" always pay !l 1!h:hkt Mai.'IyKt 1'jticK roi: WHEAT, and in CASH Onia The well-known. Choice 15 nil id? of !'!t'iir. "Coxe."' and -Ei.ov and oth- r:.ise-' kept constantly ou hand for -- i'e. and at the Lowest Possible Fig i "-. Lt of loo lbs and upward? 1)e- i 'vi:j:::: i u...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

v THE FAIR PLAY. 1 YOL. V. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., JUXE 29,1870. xo. 4. T1IE FAIR PLAY is rin:i.isui:i IiVKirV THURSDAY MORNING nv i S. HENBY SMITH. TEEMS:-$2.00 a Year in. Advance. Rate3jOf Advertising. 1 1 ); -qu ir $ne- (thi.-lji-Jowin-erli'm, S y .a,-n -mo-oiiht.i iiwruon, - . Tin ' OmIuirlrroiuimvuiM! "ear, ... to.iio 'ue-hilf ,ol(i:n'i, one "far,. - - - - m.ui one eolimm, n'.e enr, - ..... 711.u1 1 I i-!ayeil :iihf7ti-l:ni;il rlianrdl In" Ihe inch. ' tllitr.iient a-Iverti-cmeuU nwt lie iM lt i: aUvhiiee. Voirly .idrtrl!M.-metiti-ah'e juartcrly in nivaTie'. PROFESSIONAL CARDS J. B. ROIiBlNS, Attorney at Law, Ste. Genevieve, Misottri. .1. rcuiir Joiixos, t'lit-tcr. Ills. Itr.i:r. S. Siiaw Mc. Genevieve, -Mo JOHNSON &SH AAV, Attorneys at Law, Stc. Genevieve, Missouri, Will pn-li(f in theroiirls of ilic tweiilielli jt- lirlal eireuit, mi.k cnhfiioi.-, Kiy lave., lor ji.n-i--IU"iitj, an) f.iithlu.ly atleim to any :iut :ill I'U.iiu-viriiliiMeill'i iu.-eare. YIRMIN A. K0Z1E1(, Attor...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

.4 THE FAIR PLAY. THUIiSDAY, JUNE 21. KS7G. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. Democratic Reform TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, SAMIEL J. TILDEN, OftXEW OUK FOti&ICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS i. HENDRICKS of Tkihaxa We arc authorized to announce MARTIN L. CLARDY, f Fariniiiglori. as a candidate for Kenrcsentaiivti in Congrc-s from this District, suhjfl-to the decision of the Democratic Convention. In our stipplcmen issued with to day's paper will 1m found the proceed i's of the first ami second davs of the National Democratic Nominating Convention. Tint Convention met on Thursday to close their labors by nominating a candidate lor Vice-Pros- ident. The result was the nomina tion, ly acclamation, of Hon. Thomas Hendricks, of I iidiann fur the second po.-iliou. The lateness of the hour in going to press forbids comment. Asscsingr Subordinates. The assessment, of clerks and oth er sub-officials in the various govern ment offices in the country for poli tical purpose in being prosecuted with groa...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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